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Modeling fluid flow around wellbores with conventional reservoir simulators in inaccurate because radial flow occurs in the vicinity of the wellbore and these simulators use cartesian coordinates. This research incorporates the finite element method to simulate flow in the vicinity of the wellbore interfacing the FEM with an existing FDM.
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